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ContentsVolume 55  Number 5 June 2012ROVs16 A Global Value Chain Perspective Duke University?s Center on Globalization, Governance and Competitiveness (CGGC) recently completed a study on three ocean technologies, including ROVs. by Lukas C. Brun, CGGC, Duke University WWII Munitions Mission32 Seattle?s SurpriseA routine security search in Seattle revealed a cache of WWII era munitions under the cruise ship Kathleen Gleaves HURL22 A Unique Diving Operation at RiskThe Federal FY ?13 budget seriously endangers the future of the Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory (HURL).by John C. Wiltshire, Ph.D, Director, HURL 442232Image Courtesy: Wade Kearley, BFA, MLT Photo Credit: Kathleen Gleaves Image: HURLAUVs 44 Thinking Outside the AUV The REALM Project is close to launching an AUV prototype that will greatly reduce sub-bottom imaging costs by Wade Kearley, BFA, MLT June 20122 MTRMTR #5 (1-17).indd 2MTR #5 (1-17).indd 26/1/2012 1:56:41 PM6/1/2012 1:56:41 PM

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